Cats and Overgrounds

by Roger Brown (Adelaide, Australia)

David Cowan repeats the suggestion (see March newsletter) that cats prefer unhealthy radiations, but our cats alternate between literally dozens of different positions according to the seasons without being drawn to any particular spots. He also suggests that perhaps cats use “black lines to ‘tune in’ to their owners at a distance”. This seems an unnecessary supposition considering that cats, along with every other aspect of creation, communicate directly at some level of consciousness.

 We live among scores of different energy lines that co-exist in space at their different frequencies. As well as all the different lines and patterns of earth radiations, there are also vast numbers of criss-crossing overgrounds that are usefully called consciousness pathways or, certainly in the case of people, thought paths. I have spent the last twenty years measuring thousands of these, including brief sojourns on different continents, and monitoring their changes over both time and space.

When you think of someone, or indeed direct absent healing to them, you create a line of energy that has a distinctive form and structure, as well as frequencies indicative of the thoughts conveyed. Depending on its strength it will last for a few hours or a few days, but if the same line is frequently activated it will become quasi-permanent. Thus in urban areas you get a great many such lines focused upon public buildings, sports clubs etc, which tend to work their way across the city via a series of convenient nodal points separated by straight sections. As has been successfully demonstrated here a few times, using this method you can actually trace the perpetrators of a pre-meditated crime by following the line by car from the scene of the crime, but that’s another story.

To be succinct here rather than engage in lengthy details, one of the ways of checking the ‘signature’ of consciousness pathways is to count the number of energy bands in them as you cross them. This number, interestingly, is a multiple of a particular base factor expressive of the collective consciousness of a particular country or region. For example, back in 1996 driving from Montana across the Canadian border, my wife Glenda and I both looked at each other as we registered the lift in energies, and sure enough, on stopping to check, the base factor had changed at the national boundary from 12 to 18. You can also dowse the base factor directly, but accuracy takes practice. Negativity is also sent out in the same way, and such ‘black lines’ or negative thought paths are immediately distinguishable by having a gap in the middle instead of the full complement of lines, as any accurate clairvoyant will confirm.

Until 1978, it seems that all human thought paths had a base factor of 7, and indeed ‘tribal’ areas still do. Other regions/states/countries have progressed to variably higher figures. The pathways of animal consciousness have a base factor of 7, and it can be fascinating to follow the communication networks of squirrels or koalas, cats or dogs – networks that are always amenable to change as new pathways are introduced. Plants, like animals, have been shown by researchers to communicate in various ways, but in terms of plant or tree consciousness pathways the base factor is 4. Majestic stands of old-forest species in the Rockies may have pathways hundreds of metres wide but their base factor is still 4. Red cedars communicate with red cedars, oaks with oaks, rose bushes with rose bushes and lilacs with lilacs. Follow a lilac line and find an adjacent lilac tree. Where plant lines cross each other you get cellular patterns that in outline are like a basket of eggs. And the lines can tell you things about the well-being of the plants. Then there are lines of mineral consciousness with a base factor of 2.

Of course there are also numberless cases of communication between people and animals, people and trees, people and crystals. Usually a straight psychic connection is made, but sometimes we may choose to work with the consciousness path; for example a stand of trees may show distress in various ways including missing centre lines, and the line may respond to healing.

When I was a child of 8-10 I had a half-hour bus journey to get home from school. A few minutes before the bus was due, my cat Fluff Thomas used to leave home, cross the road, walk down the hill and sit at the bus stop outside the Red Lion pub, and then walk back up the hill with me. My mother was happy to observe the cat’s behaviour, as it was an infallible indicator that I had caught the bus. On the occasions when I missed the bus, the cat wouldn’t leave home until half an hour later when it would walk out to meet the correct bus.

Many years later I developed a strong bond with an amazing cat called Whitey. One day in 1989 I needed urgently to contact my wife, who was in England but moving that day from one place to another, to be by herself, at a time unknown but at some stage during the Adelaide night. On this occasion I decided to ‘programme’ the cat. Sure enough, the cat jumped on the bed around 4 am, licked my face to wake me up, then went straight back to her chair. I picked up the phone and dialled the UK. “You’re lucky to get me”, said my wife, “I’ve only just walked in.” “I know”, I said, “the cat told me!” It seems to me much easier to suggest straight “overground” psychic links between animals and people than to suggest that animals use ‘black lines’ to tune in to their owners.

© Roger Brown & BSD/EEG 2001